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Post time 2017-8-30 19:00:13 |Display all floors
Norway's whale hunts are inhumane. Hunters shoot whales with grenade harpoons that have spring-loaded "claws" on their tips. When the harpoon hits the whale, it embeds itself deeply in the whale's flesh - not only does this slowly and painfully kill them, but it's used to haul their body onto the deck of the whaling vessel.
  The hunts can go on for hours before the whale finally dies. In fact, one hunt supposedly went on for 333 minutes..
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seneca Post time: 2017-8-30 15:51
Barbaric is what these so-called "fishermen" are doing.

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Liononthehunt Post time: 2017-8-30 20:54
How ugly your soul is, just on par with that of the diabolic ISIS militants.

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Liononthehunt Post time: 2017-8-30 20:54
How ugly your soul is, just on par with that of the diabolic ISIS militants.

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emanreus Post time: 2017-8-30 03:50
This is exactly what Norway plans to start doing this April, when the country commences its annual ...

That is sad !
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emanreus Post time: 2017-8-30 19:00
Norway's whale hunts are inhumane. Hunters shoot whales with grenade harpoons that have spring-load ...

Yes, old cow, these hunts are inhumane. And you are the worst bigot here. You moan and bitsh about Norwegian and Japanese whalers but you belittle the Chinese criminals who fish the world's oceans empty. Why should anyone have any human sympathies for those low lives that hunt down sharks in the Galapagos?

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Post time 2017-8-31 11:36:03 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2017-8-31 08:27
Yes, old cow, these hunts are inhumane. And you are the worst bigot here. You moan and bitsh about ...

The ship was caught because the authorities spotted a signal from its Automatic Identification System (AIS)—a type of GPS transponder that, by international convention, all large commercial ships must carry. Ships are known to turn AIS off (pdf) to evade detection, and nobody knows why the Chinese vessel had its system on. (“To us that seems like madness” given the marine reserve’s security systems, says Jorge Durán Herrera, an Ecuadorian navy captain, who spoke to us by phone.) This video from the Galapagos National Park authorities shows the path it took through the reserve:
However, the AIS data from the Chinese ship shows no evidence that it stopped to take on a transshipment of fish while it crossed the reserve. So where could the sharks have come from? There are a couple of theories.
Entities such as the Galapagos Park Rangers and the non-profit organization Global Fishing Watch have access to historical AIS data and could feasibly map the journey the smugglers took before reaching the Galapagos. It might show the vessel pausing to rendezvous with other ships.

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